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ALMA confirms debut album release date and shares three tracks in Have U Seen Her? (Part II) bundle

13 March 2020, 09:30 | Written by Cerys Kenneally

ALMA has shared three new tracks - "Stay All Night", King of the Castle", and "Find Me" - from her highly-anticipated debut album Have U Seen Her?.

Have U Seen Her? (Part II) is a three-song release, and marks ALMA's first new tracks since relealing "Have U Seen Her?" in November last year with Tove Lo collaboration "Worst Behaviour".

All three tracks released today (13 March) will feature on ALMA's forthcoming debut LP alongside earlier singles "Worst Behaviour" and "Bad News Baby".

ALMA says of the lead single "Stay All Night" (which is produced by Hitimpulse, Novaa, Digital Farm Animals and Matt Zara), "I wrote this song for myself, which confuses a lot of people as it feels like it’s for someone else. At the time I really needed some encouragement to be free and not think about the 'what if’s' in life. Now when I’m feeling anxious I just ask myself 'would it really be that f**king bad?' - maybe I should just stay all night."

She tells Best Fit of the album, "I don’t think people listen to albums the same way anymore, it’s all about singles now. That gave us the idea to release the album in chunks instead of just singles, so people get to put the story together and get more at once. I’ve been making this record for a long time and I would love for people to hear the full story."

"King of the Castle" is produced by Hank Solo, and "Find Me" features production from Gustav Nystrom.


  1. Have U Seen Her?
  2. LA Money
  3. Worst Behaviour
  4. Stay All Night
  5. Bad News Baby
  6. Nightmare
  7. Mama
  8. King of the Castle
  9. My Girl
  10. Find Me
  11. Loser
  12. Final Fantasy
"Stay All Night", "King of the Castle", and "Find Me" are all out now. ALMA's Have U Seen Her? album is due to land on 15 May via RCA Records/Sony Music.
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